Second Man Linked to Mac Miller Death Arrested
More reports about Mac Miller’s death continue to surface online. New man in connection with Mac Miller untimely death has been captured.
A man whose real name is Ryan Reavis, a 36-year-old personal who couldn’t fled off from beyond misdemeanor is now behind bars, of course over the cause of Miller’s fatal overdose drug.
Report brought to headline following Ryan Reavis who played some row in killer the rapper and both AZ Central and TMZ got respective hints. Ryan was taken to police custody on September Tuesday 24 right of the bat. We aren’t sure why or with strong details since the police couldn’t disclosed how Ryan was lay on death behind Mac Miller.
However, it was later unviled that Ryan is one the on the run killer to Mac. After extensive investigation conduct, authorities discovered a physician’s prescription pad, prescription-only pills, drug paraphernalia, marijuana, several firearms, a personally manufactured firearm suppressor and large amounts of ammunition.
This simple means that law enforcement agencies has already searched completely in Ryan’s resident yet was able to guilty him with drugs including prescription-only pills and marijuana. Cops also confiscated firearms, including a 9mm pistol and two shotguns, a homemade firearm suppressor, and an arsenal of ammo. Additionally, they found a physician’s prescription pad, according to Rap-Up.
Love it or loath it, Mac Miller is getting justice. Should I said that ? After everyone believes Mac over drugged himself. Although some is behind it by supplyng him with some drugs that led him to misbehave. Meanwhile, Ryan Reavis is facing drug and gun possession charges as well as fraud charges. He could be released at $50,000 as the court set his bail out condition.
Ryan isn’t the only person behind Mac Miller death. Some of his circle includes Ryan and Cameron James Pettit. Cameron James Pettit was arrested earlier month for allegedly supplying Mac with counterfeit oxycodone pills containing fentanyl that cops say led to his death.
Mac Miller songs has been surfacing online after his death. His collaboration with Madlib.